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Lattice nonlinear Schrodinger equation: History and open problems

Speaker: Vladimir Korepin (Stony Brook University)
Time: Wednesday 20 January, 2:30pm

Vladimir Korepin (Stony Brook University)

Title: Lattice Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation: History and Open Problems Abstract: We shall review some results, applications and generalisations.Quantum inverse scattering method and algebraic Bethe Ansatz will be used.

Bryan K. Clark (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

Title: What Numerics Tells us About Entanglement Transitions Abstract: Entanglement transitions happen when there is a sharp change in the entanglement structure of a state upon tuning a coupling constant. Examples of entanglement transitions include the transition between… Read More

Zohar Komargodski (Simons Center for Geometry & Physics, Stony Brook University)

Title: Generalised Symmetries, QCD3 and Naturalness Abstract: I will explain how the framework of symmetries can be extended to non-invertible operators and I will argue that some simple gauge theories in 1+1 dimensions obey such symmetries. We will… Read More

Renate Loll (Radboud University, Nijmegen)

Title: Quantum Gravity and Curvature Abstract: It has taken several decades of exploring statistical models of quantum gravity (aka nonperturbative gravitational path integrals) to understand how diffeomorphism-invariance, unitarity and the presence of a causal structure can be simultaneously… Read More

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Dirk Kreimer (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

Title: Algebra and Monodromy in Amplitudes Abstract: We investigate the structure of Green functions and amplitudes in QFT. Such functions appear as solutions to Dyson–Schwinger equations which are fixed point equations driven by a particular Hochschild cohomology. Eventually… Read More

Lei Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing)

Title: Differentiate Everything: a lesson from deep learning Abstract: Deep learning taught us a new way to play with computers: compose differentiable components into a computer program, then tune its parameters via gradient optimization until that program achieves… Read More

Brian Dolan (Maynooth University)

Title: Revisiting the CTP Theorem: the Quaternion Group and DiscreteSymmetries of the Lorentz Group Abstract: Parity and time reversal, P and T, generate a discrete sub-group of the Lorentz group. Depending on the choice of phases in the… Read More

Wojciech De Roeck (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

Title: Many-Body Localization Abstract: I will discuss the state of affairs on the topic of many-body localization (MBL).  For the sake of this talk, MBL is defined as a robust absence of transport in many-body systems at thermodynamic… Read More